Natty Light’s Strawberry-Lemonade Beer Is The Perfect Reason To Drink On A ‘Naturday’ And Make Some Memories

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I’m a 34-year-old man, but I have no shame saying that Natural Light’s still my favorite beer to drink. Sure, I’ve mixed it up and tried other brews in my day, but I always come back to a nice, cold, smooth 16-oz Natty to sip on when I’m boozing. I guess it just helps me feel young again, given Natty Light’s all I ever had in my fridge in college.

For those doubting my Natty love, here’s a quick little IG post of mine from a year or so ago about the brand sending me some badass sh*t as a thank you for being so loyal — or something like that.

Yeah, pretty awesome, right? Who knew I could drink my way into the first-class Natty Light Club?

Anyway, given the fact Natty goes down smooth and is great during a warm day, the brand decided to do something we’ve never seen them do before — release a strawberry-lemonade beer that’s supposed to be even more perfect for the spring and summer months. Sound good? Yeah, I think so, too.

Described by Natural Light as a “sessionable light lager brewed with phenomenal strawberry lemonade flavor,” Natty’s new strawberry-lemonade beer is meant for you and your bros to drink and create stories. Lots and lots of glorious stories.

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No joke, I seriously mean that, because the entire purpose for Natty Light’s strawberry-lemonade beer is for something called “Naturday,” which, well, you can probably figure out what it means. If you need help, though, just take a listen to a story that former NFL punter Pat McAfee told about Peyton Manning helping him win lots of money at a casino, which Natty released to help inspire you to go make some of your own memories.

This is brilliant, and I can’t wait to get my hands on some of the latest Natural Light concoction. I don’t care that it’s still 30 degrees out and I’m not on a beach drinking one of these strawberry-lemonade bad boys, because a Naturday can happen no matter where you are — or so I think?